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THREE RIVERS — Following a natural gas safety presentation from Semco Energy and Gas company, Andrews Elementary School fourth-grader Carter Langston used the information he gleaned from the presentation to discover a gas leak at his local church on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Fourth-grade teacher Joyce...
Members of the Newberg Neighborhood Watch have been looking out for their neighbors, most recently a lady who was injured in a fall. On Saturday, several of the men from the neighborhood wrapped up a multi-day project to build the Rumsey Road resident a 52-foot ramp. “We thought it would be a...
Remembering the fallen. Honoring those who have served. Teaching children to value freedom. All of these were the purposes of the Wreaths Across America ceremony held Saturday at Riverside Cemetery, where a group of about 75 became one of 1,100 gatherings across the country expressing gratitude by...
THREE RIVERS — Around 200 family members of inmates in St. Joseph County gathered at Riverside Church on Saturday, Dec. 16 to collect their Christmas Food Baskets in honor of Riverside’s Celebrate Recovery program and its annual giveback event. Ministry leader and administrative assistant of the...
The Michigan State Police Marshall Post, Coldwater Detachment is investigating a three-vehicle Personal Injury crash, which occurred on Friday, Dec. 15 at about 11:25 p.m. on southbound I-69 in Branch County, Coldwater Twp. The driver of a Jeep entered the southbound lanes of I-69 traveling north...
THREE RIVERS — The wintry weather didn’t stop the Three Rivers High School National Honor Society’s Winter Carnival Wednesday, as children and parents came out for games, activities and a pizza dinner in support of high school social studies teacher Andrew Kuiper, whose 2-year-old daughter has been...
CENTREVILLE — Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees approved plans to renovate the concourse, including a design and USDA loan application for up to $2.2 million, on Thursday, Dec. 14. The project is estimated to cost $1.8 million without furniture and fixtures, so the board approved the...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education evaluated superintendent Jean Logan during a closed session on Wednesday, Nov. 29, identifying Logan’s achievements, as well as areas she could improve upon. Logan received a combined overall rating of “minimally effective,” at 68...
FABIUS TOWNSHIP — Fabius Township supervisor John Kroggel addressed a comment made by Three Rivers mayor Tom Lowry regarding construction of a trail to Meyer Broadway Park on Wednesday, Dec. 13. In the city’s last regular meeting, Lowry said the project receives funding through the “city’s money,...

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